What's Your Secret?

Is there anything about you that know one else knows?
We are prone to cover. No one likes to feel exposed. Vulnerable, embarrassing, shameful are just a few words that immediately come to mind. But what if it is dangerous to keep a secret? Dangerous to your physical health, emotional well being, relationships, and potential.
You don’t want to miss this series. Join us as we talk about light, darkness, shame, freedom and a life without secrets. It could just change your life.



21 Days of Prayer and Fasting // 2018

We begin every year by setting aside 21 days to pray and fast as a house. We believe prayer matters, not as a way to get God to do what we want, but to get in on what God is doing. Our desire is to draw near to God, orient our hearts around His, and ask Him to do what only He can do in the year ahead.

21 Days 2018 begins on January 7 and concludes on January 27. Join us as we fix our eyes on Jesus in prayer, fasting, and worship. We will gather to pray together every weekday. Details are as follows.

        January 8-12           6 to 7 a.m.

        January 15-19         noon to 1 p.m.

        January 22-26         5 to 6 p.m.

Our last gathering is on a Saturday and will be a powerful finale together. You don't want to miss it.

        January 27             9 to 10 a.m.

All gatherings are at the our Remington campus in the South Auditorium (Organ Recital Hall) on the second floor of the University Center for the Arts (1400 Remington Street).

No childcare available, but all kids are welcome.

For more information on fasting, check out our Prayer and Fasting Resources post.


Home for the Holidays

The holidays can be wonderful times as we give thanks for all we have received and celebrate the arrival of Jesus into our world. Music, meals around a big table, decorations, gifts, travel, shopping, and lights - this season is full of joy but can also be stressful, overwhelming, and downright painful; because along with all the festivities comes family. Along with the memories of togetherness come broken relationships, lost relationships, and dysfunctional relationships.

Join us as we take a look at how to navigate the holidays with grace and wisdom and enjoy the gift of these days and the family with whom we share it.



At The Movies

Everyone loves a good story. A well told story can evoke laughter and tears, spark memories and dreams, and bring people together in a beautiful way. When Jesus walked the Galilean countryside and talked with crowds and individuals he often told stories, called parables, to bring a spiritual truth to life.  At the Movies does the same thing. We are taking modern day stories, movies, to highlight biblical truth. We hope you will invite a friend and join us for this amazing three week series starting on November 5 at both campuses. See you At the Movies.

*Due to legal constraints, we cannot post At the Movies on our weekly audio or video podcast.

This Is Us

“How did we get here?” It’s the question we ask when we find ourselves watching stupid cat tricks on YouTube when we went online to buy a gift for a friend. We drifted from our true mission. This can slowly and unknowingly happen to us individually and organizationally as pressures mount, distractions increase, and options abound. We can prevent this from happening by knowing who we are and what we are called to do.
This is Us is a series unpacking the core cultural values of Mill City Church. They describe who we are and what we are about. They are not a list of ideas, but realities we live into. They describe us collectively and individually. They make us us.